Rural Municipality of Taché

Departments & Services

**FD Notices**

Posted October 26, 2017
Recognizing 8 years of Service to the Fire Department
On Wednesday October 25th, 2017 the Mayor for the R.M. of Taché took time out of his busy schedule to recognize the contribution of a member of the Taché Fire Department.  Joey Plett dedicated 8 years to the department and retired as the Assistant District Chief for Landmark. 

Landmark Fire Hall also presented Joey with a departing gift.

Posted: October 19, 2017

Although a number of Municipalities around the R.M. of Taché have implemented a Burn Ban, the long range Fire Danger outlook indicates that conditions will be improving over the next few days; therefore, the R.M. of Taché Fire Restriction will remain at Level I.  

Residents are urged to be vigilant when burning leaves and brush and that the Fire Department should be notified of your intent.

A review of the Fire Restriction Levels, Open Air Fire regulations and what is an approved fire receptacles can be found here.  


Fire Chief

Posted: October 8, 2017

How to make a home fire escape plan. PDF found here.

Posted: September 22, 2017

New Fire Restriction Level signs now located at each Fire Hall.


Posted: September 12, 2017

Reminder that for the R.M. of Taché, a crop residue burning permit is required from August 1 to November 15.


Manitoba Crop Residue Burning Program Website is here.

Describing The Manitoba Controlled Crop Residue Burning Program - PDF

Crop Residue Burning Permit Application - PDF

Posted: July 5, 2017

R.M. of Taché Firefighter Awareness Training

Council Members took the opportunity to train with the Fire Department on June 18th.  


The training team.

Posted: April 23, 2017  

The Fire Department is looking for recruits.  A firefighter recruitment package can be found here. Further information about the fire department can be found here here  

Posted: April 12, 2017

The Rural Municipality of Taché in conjunction with the Fire Department has adopted a 3 tiered format whereby present conditions will determine the level to which a burn ban will be implemented.  To view the process go here.

For information please contact the Municipal Fire Chief 204.509.3549 or email.